2021 predictions in Fintech from Standard Chartered


2021 predictions in Fintech from Standard Chartered

Lucy Demery, Global Head of Fintech Banking, Standard Chartered, speaks about embedded finance, digital assets infrastructure, and green finance for the future.

StanChart Faces Fresh Questions Over Future After Bid Report

First Abu Dhabi Bank PJSC said it explored a potential bid for Standard Chartered in what would have been a complex deal aimed at building an emerging markets lender with more than 1 trillion of assets. Stefania Bianchi reports on Bloomberg Television.
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OCBCxSFF2018 – Banking on New Models in the FinTech Age

From the way banks interact with customers to the way banks manage their operations, technological innovations are challenging traditional processes across the value chain.

Hear what Kartik Narayan has to say about the panel talk!

The talk consisted of a panel of members from Standard Chartered Bank, National Technology University, AMTD and BBVA.

Filmed at the Singapore FinTech Festival 2018 (Day 1)
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Remarks on the economy at Standard Chartered Bank’s Digital Innovation and FinTech Festival 2022

I was Guest Speaker at the Standard Chartered Bank Digital Banking, Innovation and Fintech Festival in Accra on Wednesday, October 26, 2022.

I underscored that the global economic environment is transitioning into the Fourth Industrial Revolution where the digital economy is taking centre stage. So as we try to deal with the economic crisis globally, economies also have to re-position themselves to partake in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

I indicated that Government is considering a number of measures to tackle the current economic challenges and ensure fiscal and debt sustainability. We would also implement measures to further support domestic production and reduce imports, as well as tighten our current foreign exchange regime to prevent leakages. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo would be addressing the nation in the coming days and will provide details of these measures to address the current economic challenges.

I added that, there is no doubt it is not going to be easy. It will require very bold, difficult, but firm decisions and these are part of the discussions that government is having with the IMF.

It will not be business-as-usual because there have to be some fundamental adjustments to the new global and domestic realities.

Fintech Predictions for 2020 #FintechFridays

How will 2020 work out in the #fintech industry? 2020 is shaping up to be a pivotal year in the finance industry, and there are a lot of reasons to expect that revolutionary changes will take hold this year.

Rohit’s diving into the biggest topics in fintech for 2020. Whether it’s brand new kinds of technology coming into the mainstream, or the fall of the old reliable pieces of yesteryear’s economy, it’s all about predictions in this episode.

Come on back for more Friday videos to keep on learning about #FinTech and the exciting changes coming in #finance.

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